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★ CHINESE NEW YEAR: Saturday January 25, 2020 is the start of Chinese New Year (Spring Festival). 2020 is the Year of the Rat, to learn for see, “Chinese New Year 2020” Comments?
★ PAID LEAVE: An international perspective on paid parental leave from the World Policy Institute, “Is paid leave available to mothers and fathers of infants?” Comments?
★ MLK, JR. PART I Martin Luther King Jr. Day was celebrated on January 20, 2020 To learn more about see, from the King Center, “About Dr. King” Comments?
★MLK, JR. PART II: A perspective on Martin Luther King, then and now, from Salon, “Myths about Martin Luther King Jr. damage and diminish his legacy” Comments?
★ SHY NETWORK: Introvert? Shy? Networking! It can be done. From Fast Company (Compass), “How to be a networking pro when you’re shy and would rather stay home” Comments?
★ GOOD MORNING: Good manners? From the New York Times, “Must You Say Hello to Your Co-Workers?” Comments?
★ STOP: Technology helps employers to effectively respond to reports of sexual harassment in the workplace. From HR Technologist, “6 Effective Tools for Reporting Harassment in the Workplace in 2020” Comments?
★ROBOCALLS: A legislative solution to unwanted telephone calls. A first step, from Jackson|Lewis, “Combating Improper Robocalls: The TRACED Act Signed into Law” Comments?
★ MID LIFE: Mid-Life Crisis? Time moves forward from NPR, “More Data On The Midlife Crisis” Comments?
★ BIG BANG: Twists and turns of the “Big Bang”. Perspectives on the birth of our universe, from BBC (Future) “What if the Universe has no end?” Comments?
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